5 counties have now been put under lock-down. These includes Nairobi, Kajiado, Nakuru, Machakos and Kiambu. This will be effective from Saturday 27th 2020. The cessation of movement must be strictly adhered to and only essential services will be excepted. The five counties is said to be hot spots for Covid-19 infections and has reported the highest cases since third wave. The country has recorded the highest cases since Corona Virus hit the country in March 2020
Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has backed the building bridges initiative (BBI) as opposed to his earlier stand. A few weeks ago Kabogo was speaking to the congregation at Kiambu when he urged Kenyans to support the bill. William Kabogo concluded that after reading the bill, he is confident to pass it since more money will be disbursed in counties.William Kabogo was speaking in an interview with a local radio station on March 4
UDA party Kiamokama ward Mca aspirant Moses Nyandusi Nyakeremba was today March 4 arrested by police. Moses was arrested together with businessman Don Bosco Gichana in the morning. The Kiamokama by-election has faced chaos as UDA supporters wanted the two released as soon as possible.
Murang’a county senator Irungu Kang’ata was caught on camera running like a marathoner on Sunday 28th. Kang’ata was allegedly running to welcome DP William Ruto a Gatanga in Murang’a county. He surprised people who even thought he running for his life after being chased by an angry crowd. However, Kang’ata has come out to explain himself saying he was late for the event hence running. Some reports claimed people who supported BBI chased him. This comes a few months after Kang’ata ditched President Uhuru Kenyatta for D.P William Ruto
Muranga’a county has become the latest county to unanimously pass the BBI bill. The 53 MCA’s vote yes for the bill. This comes barely 2 months after Murang’a and former senate majority whip Irungu Kangata wrote a letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta claiming the Bill is unpopular in the region. The bill now needs 5 more counties to pass.
Jubilee party secretary-general has ordered Uasin Gishu members of the county assembly to vote for the BBI bill. Tuju hosted 17 MCA’s from the county and ordered them to vote for the BBI or face losing their seats. All the 17 nominated MCA’s were summoned at Nairobi and strictly ordered to vote in the bill if they want to retain their seats
Laikipia has become the latest county to pass the building bridges initiative (BBI). Only one county has rejected the bill in the whole country. Baringo became the first county to reject BBI in a highly chaotic Sitting last week. Police officers were forced to intervene throwing teargas in the parliament